A talk by James Nisbet
Mark Taper Auditorium
Drawing upon research in his recently published book, James Nisbet will address the previously overlooked connections between the emerging environmental movement in the United States and the art of the late 1950s through 1970s. Focusing on the movements of Conceptual Art and Land Art, he will discuss the profound impact that ecological thinking and politics had upon the visual arts during this decisive period for environmentalism.
Boru O'Brien O'Connell
October 3rd - November 30th, 2013
August 21st - September 30th, 2013
Works Sited, reprised @ Cleopatra's
May 5th - June 30th, 2013
Benjamin Hirte & Marie Lund
May 1st, 2013
"Dear 1979, Meet 1989"
Slavs and Tatars
February 7th - March 23rd, 2013
"keeping is not collecting"
December 19th, 2012 - January 30th, 2013
September 27th - November 17th, 2012
\\"Dead Zone End Zone"
Natalie Labriola & J Patrick Walsh III
October 27th, 2012
"if you think it is romantic"
Sung Hwan Kim
May 17th - June 30th, 2012
"Fourdrinier Machine Interlude"
February 18th - April 30th, 2012
"LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL STOP PLEASE ALLOW..."
Angie Keefer & Robert Snowden
January 21 - March 30th, 2012
Fiona Connor & Michala Paludan
November 12 - December 18, 2010
"A DESIRE TO LEARN ESPERANTO:
HAVING A THING to do with Esperanto, Ballantine Beer, both or neither"
August 30 - September 30, 2010
June 15 - August 22, 2010
"FIESTA / LA ANONIMA"
April 1 - May 31, 2010
March 4th - April 1, 2010
January 14 - February 28, 2010
November 23, 2009 - January 8, 2009
"cats and dogs: catalog"
September 1 - October 1, 2009
"repeat & fade"
August 1 - August 31, 2009
"A Lost and Found"
May 1st - July 31st, 2009
Taking place at various locations within the Los Angeles Central Library, Works Sited is an ongoing series of programs and displays featuring work with themes relating to the library's collections and practices. The project aims to explore the public institution as exhibition space and challenge conventional notions of display within this context.
For further information please contact Olivian Cha at firstname.lastname@example.org
Central Library, Los Angeles Public Library
630 W. Fifth st.
Los Angeles, CA